Providence Pages Newsletter

Providence Pages showcases the mission of the Sisters of Providence of St. Vincent de Paul, a congregation of Catholic religious women based out of Kingston, Ontario. It comes out three times a year. CLICK THE IMAGE to read online. Or, download here.

In this issue:

  • St. Vincent de Paul Hospital in Brockville was transferred to the Marguerita Residence Corporation.
  • History of the St. Vincent de Paul Hospital in Brockville.
  • Teaching during COVID-19 in Peru.
  • Associates plan for autonomous future.
  • Providence Event 2021
  • Justice, Peace, and Integrity of Creation News
  • and more!
Sister Mary Colette Grondin

Sister Mary Colette Grondin

On Wednesday, March 15th, 1933, Sister M. Colette, (Josephine Grondin) of the Sisters of Providence, Kingston, Ontario, died at Providence Hospital, Daysland, Alta. where she spent twenty years of faithful and devoted service. Not having any separate school in...

Sister Mary of the Rosary Mangan

Sister Mary of the Rosary Mangan

Oh, the Goodness and Providence of God! How admirable is His Mercy, how unsearchable His Ways! When we see a large family of little children bereaved of their parents by death, we are, sometimes, tempted to say “What a deplorable loss! What will become of these little...

Sister Mary Martha Sheehan

Sister Mary Martha Sheehan

What gratitude we owe thee, O God! We whom you have called out of a wicked world into a home of Your own, to be protected, cared for, all our wants supplied, and when the time comes for our departure from this world, to be tenderly prepared and strengthened for our...

Sister Mary Clare Cunningham

Sister Mary Clare Cunningham

When our Community was asked to open a teaching mission in St. John’s Convent, Perth, it was remarked that, in all probability it would be the means of obtaining many worthy subjects, as there was a large Catholic congregation in the town, many Catholics in the...

Sister Mary Perpetua Murphy

Sister Mary Perpetua Murphy

When the application for entrance into our Novitiate of Miss May Emily Murphy of Napanee was received, the members of the Council were not long in coming to a favourable decision as to her admission, as it was accompanied by a recommendation from her pastor, Rev. T.P....

Sister Mary Stanislaus Corrigan

Sister Mary Stanislaus Corrigan

In the evening of September 30, 1891 before the hour of prayer, two apparently little girls arrived at the Novitiate in company with their mother and sisters to enter the Novitiate. They were bright with the gladsomeness of youth. They were the daughters of Mr. and...

Sister Mary Clement Shea

Sister Mary Clement Shea

The death of Reverend Mother Mary Clement, Superior General of the Sisters of Charity, Kingston, came not only as a shock, but as a profound sorrow to her Sisters in Religion, and to the large number of others who came within the happy radius of her influence....

Sister Mary Magdalen Clancy

Sister Mary Magdalen Clancy

Sister Mary Magdalen (Ellen Clancy) daughter of John Clancy and Ellen O’Donnell was born on Howe Island April 1, 1850. Her mother dying early, the care of the home where her father and brothers resided, devolved upon her. Feeling an attraction to the religious life,...

Sister Mary Andrew McLellan

Sister Mary Andrew McLellan

What secrets, what destinies may be enclosed in a single day. What cause for joy or grief. So realized the dear Sisters of the Trenton mission, on that eventful day, Monday November 26, 1928. So was it brought home to each Sister of the Institute when the message...

Sister Mary Stephen Crane

Sister Mary Stephen Crane

The subject of this sketch was born in Ireland in the County of Kerry, April 17, 1859. On reaching the age of maturity, she, like many others left her parents and family, in order to seek in this free land of America the betterment of her condition. Encouraged by...